Monday , 18 March 2019

Left Diabetic Foot Ulcers Due to Trauma Associated with Pad [Peripheral Arterial Disease]: Split Thickness Skin Grafting With Antibiotics

S. Parveen*1, S. Sunil kumar*2, B. Benjamin Samuel2, B. Mayuri, S. Gousea begam
1Assistant professor, Department of Pharmacology, Santhiram College of Pharmacy, Nandyal, Kurnool, Andhra Pradesh, India-518501.

2Pharm.D, Department of Pharmacy Practice, Santhiram College of Pharmacy, Nandyal, Kurnool, Andhra Pradesh, India, Pincode-518501.

A B S T R A C T
Diabetic foot ulcers were mainly caused due to microbial infection. A microbe undergoes the process of feeding the sugar in diabetic patients& affecting the surrounding tissues damaging foot. The lateral region of the left lower limb of the foot was affected by the microbial infection in a controlled situation. In this case the possible study effects were made to present the diabetic foot ulcer of a patient which was mainly due to trauma. The diabetic foot ulcer with the tissue exposure and microbial infection on the surface of the lateral side of the left lower limb of the foot was treated with several antibiotics, Insulin therapy & certain dressings. The split skin grafting was done to reduce the infection, when compared to the initial theraphy this conservative dressing on the wound resulted the fast healing. Antibiotics like cloxacillin, Methicillin, Cephazolin, Clindamycin & Erythromycin were given to accelerate wound healing of diabetic foot ulcer.

Keywords: Autologous, STSG, PAD, Streptococcus Aureus

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